WC ANC divided over leadership nominations
WC ANC are split in deciding who to nominate for the top ANC leadership spot.
CAPE TOWN - As the African National Congress (ANC) grapples with succession matters, divisions have been exposed in the Western Cape ANC over who should lead the party after Mangaung.
ANC provincial secretary Songezo Mjongile told the Cape Times that he wanted to see change.
However, he stopped short of endorsing Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe.
On Monday, Western Cape ANC chairman Marius Fransman told Eyewitness News that he endorses Zuma for a second term.
In a veiled reference to Fransman who is the Deputy Minister of International Relations, Mjongile believes those calling for the status quo to remain are individuals who sit in comfortable positions.
Mjongile was not available for comment.
Fransman said that the matter will still need to be discussed in detail.
"The province will discuss this particular matter soon. We believe that good quality leadership is not about the individuals."